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Salesforce Analytics Cloud Doubles Down On Big Data

Salesforce Analytics Cloud Doubles Down On Big Data

logo-background7Salesforce is an international cloud computing company headquartered in San Francisco, California. Primary product of Salesforce is Customer relationship management (CRM) product and now the company has also  stepped into commercial applications of social networking through acquisition. In 2015, Forbes ranked it one of the most highly valued American cloud computing companies having a market capitalization of $50 billion, although the company has never turned a GAAP profit since its inception in 1999. Salesforce customer relationship management (CRM) service has been broken down into several broad categories: Service Cloud, Marketing cloud Data Cloud (including Jigsaw), Sales cloud, Collaboration Cloud, with over 100,000 customers.

Salesforce provide six core services with all the services integrated on a single platform that aid companies to grow sales, build branded communities for customers, market through one-to-one customer journeys, develop mobile apps, deliver customer service on multiple devices, partners and employees and deliver analytics for every business user. With Revenue of about 4 billion US dollar,  the company helps to create personalised, multi channel customer interactions that deliver exceptional brand experiences across web, mobile, email etc. In addition to its products and services, The company also created AppExchange, a custom application building and sharing platform. Salesforce also provides consulting, deployment and training services.

Launch of ‘Wave Analytics’ App

Eleven months ago, the company launched a potentially powerful product, the Wave Analytics Cloud, which the company assured that this product would be able to incorporate data from both CRM and outside sources. It followed up with its first mobile application to take advantage of that platform, Sales Wave Analytics.

First and foremost, some context because all of this Wave Analytics talk can be a bit confusing. The company introduced Wave Analytics in last fall that was a platform for the Salesforce’s analytics business moving forward. Using this tool any company could build analytics apps on top of this platform. After sometime Salesforce introduced the mobile piece and all the announcements were part of a broader platform that was marketed to many big organizations that want to build custom applications and draw data from multiple data sources that are out of the Salesforce ecosystem.

Partnership with Giants of Data Storage

With Wave analytics cloud tool, Salesforce has build a new connection between Analytics Cloud and key “data lake” that enables Google, Cloudera, Hortonworks and New Relic to give businesses access to a more wider spectrum of big data.

For example, by partnering with Google, a marketing manager can use Salesforce Wave for Big Data to analyze the key factors between customer engagement data in Salesforce and actual customer profile from the Google Cloud Platform, such as mobile app usage and purchases. “By using that information, the manager can boost customer acquisition and better optimize marketing expenditures”, Salesforce said.

As another example, by partnering with Hortonworks integration, a retail bank associate can explore volumes of statistical and operational data stored in Hadoop database to ptovide new services and to better understand local economic trends.

“We see our partners as the big data lake,” said Keith Bigelow, Salesforce’s senior vice president and general manager for Analytics Cloud, in a press briefing. “We’re pulling in only relevant information, applicable to a particular product or use case, for example—either a small vertical sliver or an aggregate across a swath of customers. Key data-preparation providers Trifacta and Informatica have also joined the Analytics Cloud ecosystem with an eye toward making big data more usable.”

Usage of Wave Analytics App


Wave analytics cloud app can deliver personalised templates, helping sales leaders accelerate revenue growth, the ability to take immediate actions and historical analysis With the help of this app, the owner company is thinking of expanding its Analytics Cloud portfolio to deliver more apps related to that are built to deliver instance action, intelligence and business context. In short, it means businesses would be able to act on it instantly within the app, whether it is initiating a conversation, creating the task or even changing a performance measure.

This analytics app arranges incoming data in overview categories such as: Business review, pipe review, Forecast Review and Team Coaching. Data can also be organized by team or geography. Wave Analytics also tells users what specific trends need to be looked at in order to boost revenue.

Impact on the Cloud Market

This data revolution is giving new opportunities to companies to build more meaningful connections with their customers. Salesforce analytics cloud app eliminates complex and complicated approaches that have long separated businesses from the required data. And for others, there are analytics.

The combination of mobile, social, cloud and connected computing started data revolution. More than 90 percent of the world’s data has been generated over the last two years, with a projected 50 billion connected “things” by 2020.

Salesforce analytics cloud tool will make it easier to find any data, explore new insights and perform action instantly from any device. he tool also brings together a dynamic user experience, indexed search and a powerful computing engine into a single, vertically-integrated cloud analytics platform.

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